A Survey at Fishbourne Church

by Jan Spence

A Survey at Fishbourne Church

This was a survey carried out daily at as near as possible to 9am each morning on two energy lines which ran through the grounds of Fishbourne Church.  This meant that the Sunday dowsing check took place after thef irst of three services.

The decision to carry out a daily check was as a result of having previously discovered a big variation in the width of the mean energy line running eastward from the church when dowsed at irregular intervals.  She used a Y rod and asked for the near and far edge of each line before crossing it.  The result shows that the width of the line increases due to the weekend services and diminishes as the week goes on, unless a funeral or wedding is held.  It clearly shows that there is an interaction between earth energy lines and human activity especially of a spiritual nature.

(Editor):    I would rate this as a first class example as to how a survey should be carried out It demonstrates dedication and therefore the results are significant and worthy of consideration.